Chester FC's first community day proved a winner with hundreds of people turning out to help raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The club opened the doors of the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium on Sunday with an open training session and a game against grassroots team Blacon Thistle, who were treated to a VIP experience having been chosen to provide the opposition for the Blues.
There was a huge range of activities including a beat the goalie game, fun inflatables, a climbing wall, fairground rides and stalls as well as a walking football match and five-a-side competition at Goals Soccer Centre with the finals taking place on the stadium pitch.
Supporters were able to meet the squad and had the chance to get autographs and photos with the players.
First-team coach Jon McCarthy picked Blacon Thistle as the winners of the competition to find a grassroots team to play a match against the Blues as part of the day.
The Chester & Wirral Football League side took part in a joint training session with the Chester squad on the pitch before an entertaining game between the sides, which ended in a 4-2 win for the Blues.